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            WARREN CENTRAL'S MACK SMITH COMMITS TO EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY.

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            In the midst of one of the biggest sports days in the state of Indiana, Warren Central senior student athlete Mack Smith, Saturday evening, made a live announcement on the airwaves Hot 96.3 FM.  Smith, who was a relative unknown basketball player in the state of Indiana prior to the season, with zero scholarship offers, announced his committment to Division I Eastern Illinois University.  Smith stated on Hot 96.3 FM, "I plan to further my education and basketball career at Eastern Illinois University."  In addition, Smith gave special thanks to his mother, coaches and everyone that doubted him along the way.       
             

            This season, Smith help lead the Warriors basketball team to the programs first outright Metropolitian Interscholastic Conference (MIC) championship.  In addition, the program set several school records including; (21-3) overall record, (11) consecutive wins and an undefeated home court record.  Individually, Smith averaged (19.5 pts) per game, shot (56%) from the field and (48%) from the 3 point line.  Smith set the single game 3 point record, with (8), on February 18, at Muncie Central.  Smith's two best performances of the year came against MIC rival North Central and their McDonald's All American Kris Wilkes.  In two games versus North Central, Smith averagred 33.5 points and 9 rebounds.  Most importantly, on January 27, Smith led the Warriors to their first victory over the Panthers in almost 10 years.

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            KAYLAND JACKSON'S RECORD PERFORMANCE LEADS WC GIRLS TO HSR STATE TITLE REPEAT, BOYS PLACE 15TH.

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            Warren Central Girls Track senior Kayland "KJ" Jackson enters the 2017 track season as the defending IHSAA State Champion in the 100m Hurdles.  However, on Saturday, Jackson not only won her first Hoosier State Relay's Championship, in the 60m Hurdles, but she smashed the meet record with a time of 8.58 seconds.  Jackson's record breaking performance and a dominate championship performance in the 4x400 Meter Relay helped propel Coach Le'Gretta Smith's #1 Ranked Lady Warriors to their second consecutive Hoosier State Relay's team title.  

            The relay team of Kennedy Batts, K'ja Talley, Tiler Tyler, and Mikeisha Covington captured the 4x400m Relay title with a time of 3:55.67.  Also, the Lady Warriors had strong finishes in 4x200m (Ashley Baker, Imani Barnes, K'ja Talley, Covington) and 4x800m (Destiny Johnson, Tiler Tyler, Key Waites, Jaime Wells) Relays with (2nd) and (5th) place finishes respectively.  Individually, Covington and Baker placed (2nd) and (7th), respectively, in the 60m Dash.  Batts placed (4th) in the 60m Hurdles.  Finally, two time IHSAA state qualifier in the Shot Put, Deysha Anderson, placed (4th) with a throw of 42-10.50.

            Coach Eric Smith's Warren Central Boys Track Team placed (15th) overall and was led by the (3rd) place 4x200m Relay team of: Jones, Hodge, Tutsie and Glenn.  Junior Brian Glenn placed (7th) in the Long Jump.  In addition, senior hurdlers Bryce Byrdsong and Moses Baryoh placed (7th) and (8th), respectively, in the 60m Hurdles

            For the first time in school history, Coach Smith's Lady Warriors have won consecutive HSR State Championships and will now focus on defending their IHSAA State Championship.  Boys Track will enter the outdoor season as a top 10 team in the state and will look to build some depth.    

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            SKYLOUR TURNER AND TIM WRIGHT JR. COMMIT TO WRESTLE AT LINCOLN COLLEGE.

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            Congrats to 4-time IHSAA State Wrestling Qualifier and 3-Time IHSAA State Finalist, Skylour Turner, on his committment to wrestle next season at Lincoln College.  Turner will be joined by teammate and 2-Time IHSAA Semistate Qualifier, Tim Wright Jr.  Both Turner and Wright played a big role on Warren Central's 2016 IHSAA State Championship Team.  Good luck to both Warriors at the next level!! #JustaKid 

             

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            MACK SMITH SELECTED 1ST TEAM ALL STATE BY THE INDIANA BASKETBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION,

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            The Indiana Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) has selected Warren Central senior Mack Smith,1st Team All State.  Smith was 1 of 15 selected to the IBCA's All Class Top 15 Team.  Also, Smith becomes the first Warrior to make the IBCA 1st Team since Devin Davis Jr. in 2013.  Like Davis, in April, Smith hopes to be selected to the Indiana All Star Team.

            This season, Smith help lead the Warriors basketball team to the programs first outright Metropolitian Interscholastic Conference (MIC) championship.  In addition, the program set several school records including; (21-3) overall record, (11) consecutive wins and an undefeated home court record.  Individually, Smith averaged (19.5 pts) per game, shot (56%) from the field and (48%) from the 3 point line.  Smith set the single game 3 point record, with (8), on February 18, at Muncie Central.  Smith's two best performances of the year came against MIC rival North Central and their McDonald's All American Kris Wilkes.  In two games versus North Central, Smith averagred 33.5 points and 9 rebounds.  Most importantly, on January 27, Smith led the Warriors to their first victory over the Panthers in almost 10 years.

            In the fall, Smith along with senior Tre'quan Spivey served as "Pit Leaders" (Warren Central Spirit Club).  Smith's journey from an unknown junior player, to the 1st Team All State team, is a testament to his hard work and dedication.  Again, congratulations to senior Mack Smith, "Just a Kid from Warren."


             

            2017 IBCA/Subway Senior All-State 

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                           Jaylen Butz, Fort Wayne North

                           Jermaine Couisnard, East Chicago Central

                           Zach Gunn, Hamilton Southeastern

                           Ra Kpedi, Lawrence North

                           Kyle Mangas, Warsaw

                           Jaylen Minnett, Terre Haute South

                           Cooper Neese, Cloverdale

                           Jack Nunge, Castle

                           Mateo Rivera, North Central

                           Nike Sibande, Indianapolis Attucks

                           Grant Smith, Connersville

                           Mack Smith, Warren Central

                           Sasha Stefanovic, Crown Point

                           Kris Wilkes, North Central

                           Malik Williams, Fort Wayne Snider

             

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            WARREN CENTRAL BOYS TRACK TEAM VOLUNTEERS AT GLEANERS FOOD BANK.

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            This past weekend, the Warren Central Boys Track team volunteered their off time to help out at our local Gleaners Food Bank.  All Warren Central athletic teams are required to complete a minimum of one community service project each school year.  Since 2009, Warren Central athletic teams have successfully completed over 100 service projects and raised thousands of dollars.  Below are some photos from the past 8 years of Warren Central Athletic Department community service initiatives.  


             

             

             

             

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            GIRLS TRACK REMAIN #1 IN THE STATE, BOYS TRACK MOVES UP TO #3.

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            GIRLS LAX SPLITS OVER THE WEEKEND, 3-1 RECORD ON THE SEASON.

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            On Saturday, March 18, the Warren Central Girls Lacrosse team hosted a triple header at Warrior Stadium.  The Lady Warriors easily handled Heritage Christian in the first game, 14-6, and moved to 3-0 for the first time in school history.  Unfortunately, in game two, versus the Penn Kingsman,  the Lady Warriors suffered their first loss of the year, 8-11.  Coach Roberts and crew will get a brief spring break before taking the field again.  Warren Central is 3-1 on the season.  

             

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            BOYS AND GIRLS TRACK PREPARE FOR INDOOR STATE MEET ON MARCH 25.

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              The Warren Central Boys and Girls Track programs have been gearing up for their final indoor track meet of the year and will take place on Saturday, March 25.  The Hooser State Relays, the unofficial indoor state championship, serves as the final indoor track season.  Indoor track continues to grow in the state of Indiana.  Both WC track teams have competed in close to ten HSR qualifiers since February 13.  The IHSAA does not sanction indoor track as an official team sport; however, Indiana Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches have promoted the HSR Finals as "Indoor State."  

                 The Lady Warriors are the defending HSR State Champions in the big class and defending IHSAA Girls Track State Champions.  The ladies appear to be prime to make another run at the HSR title and will be led by; Ashley Baker (60m), Dejah Johnson (60m), Mikeisha Covington (60m), Kayland Jackson (60m Hurdles), Kennedy Batts (60m Hurdles), K'ja Talley (60m Hurdles), Deysha Anderson (Shot Put) and four relay teams that have all qualified.  

                 The Boys will be led by a very strong hurdle crew consisting of:  Bryce Byrdsong (60m hurdles), Moses Baryoh (60m hurdles), Jalen Andrews (60m hurdles), and Mike Tutsie (60m hurdles).  Tyland Sheard (60m) and Jordan Hodge (60m) will lead the Warriors in the 60m Dash.  Brian Glenn (Long Jump) will represent the field events.  In addition, the Warriors have qualified two relay teams.  

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

            FINALS AT GLADSTEIN FIELDHOUSE ON THE INDIANA UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

              • 4A, 5A, 6A HSR field events and running events start at 8:00 am
                Doors open at 7:00 am
              • 1A, 2A, 3A HSR field events and running events start at 2:00 pm
                Please respect the earlier meet that will be competing when you arrive
              • The meet will be run by IHSAA rules
                All athletes must compete in school uniforms.
              • Lap races and straightaway races will be run separately.  No races will be runsimultaneously.  
              • 2017-Hoosier-State-Relays-contract
              • 2017-Hoosier-State-Relays-contract.pdf

            FIELD EVENTS

              • In the long jump & shot put – All jumps & throws measured
              • Starting heights and increments are listed below.
              • Boys 4A-6A Starting Hts + increments
                High Jump 6’ 2” – 2″ to 6’6″ then 1″
                Pole Vault 12’ 6” – 6″ to 14’6″ then 3″
              • Boys 1A-3A Starting Hts + increments
                High Jump 5’ 8” – 2″ to 6’2″ then 1″
                Pole Vault 10’ 6” – 6″ to 13′ then 3″
              • Girls 4A-6A Starting Hts + increments
                High Jump 5’ 2” – 2″ to 5’6″ then 1″
                Pole Vault 9’ 0” – 6″ to 11’6″ then 3″
              • Girls 1A-3A Starting Hts + increments
                High Jump 4’ 10” – 2″ to 5’4″ then 1″
                Pole Vault 7’ 0” – 6″ to 10′ 6″ then 3″
            • 1/4″ pyramid spikes only
            • Starting blocks will be provided by Indiana University and no outside blocks will be permitted.
            • Shots will be provided and no individual shots will be permitted.
            • Attention: all DMR coaches. You are required to be at the finish line to take splits and assist your runners to get into the exchange zone at the correct time. You will be provided a split sheet that will be turned in at the conclusion of the race.
            • Top 8 place winners will receive medals. There will be a presentation of medals at the awards stand inside the track near the final curve.  Please have your athletes participate in the presentation. Coaches and parents are encouraged to take pictures from the bleachers at the presentation.
            • This year’s Hoosier State Relays will be team scored. The scoring is:
              Individuals 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1
              Relays 20-16-12-10-8-6-4-2
            • Top 2 teams in both classes boys and girls will receive a Hoosier State Relays plaque that will be presented at the end of each meet. Watch the scoreboards for updated team totals.
            • Spectators $5

             

             

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            GIRLS LACROSSE COME FROM 3 GOALS DOWN AND SHOCK BREBEUF ON THE ROAD, 11-10.

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            The 2017 Warren Central Girls Lacrosse team made it known, tonight, that year five could be the best in school history.  The Lady Warriors displayed their toughness, perserverance, and character in a come from behind victory over the Brebeuf Lady Braves, 11-10.  Seniors Ivore Westfield (5 goals), Taylor Baker (3 goals) and junior Cassidy Cobb (3 goals) helped the Lady Warriors overcome a 3 goal deficit.  With the win, the Warriros improve to 2-0 on the season.  Next game will be Saturday, March 18, at Warrior Stadium, vs Heritage Chrisitan. Good luck to Coach Gary Roberts and his WC Girls LAX team!!

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            GIRLS LACROSSE WILL TRAVEL TO BREBEUF TO TAKE ON THE LADY BRAVES.

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            AT BREBEUF JESUIT:  (3-16-17)

             

            FRESHMA/JV GAME:  5:30 PM

            VARSITY GAME: 7:00 PM

            LOCATION: BREBEUF 


             

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